Former Sports Commissioner in Ogun State, Chief Bukola Olopade, arrived in Budapest, Hungary, on Monday morning with the sole aim of cheering the World Record holder in the women’s 100m hurdles, Tobiloba Amusan, to victory in defence of her title.
Amusan started her campaign here in Budapest on Tuesday at the National Athletics Stadium.
He is in Budapest as a guest of World Athletics for his contribution as the organiser of Marathon races in Nigeria.
Olopade, who was recently named as chairman of the Ogun 2024 National Sports Festival, is the brain behind the top-rated Access Bank-sponsored Lagos City Marathon, Abeokuta Marathon 10km race,
Remo Ultra-race and Abuja International Marathon. He was at the Budapest Athletics Stadium on Monday evening to witness the historic women’s 100m final, won by American sprinter, Richardson.